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. the message from joe biden is don't forget about me. i am still looking at 2016. he is not ruled out. i think certainly, if hillary clinton decides not to run, he very much wants to give it a long look. by going there and seeing all the democratic activists, i think he is trying to remind them that he may do this yet. he's run twice before. he has a lot of relationships in iowa from two campaigns going back '87 and '88. his doing this is no accident. >> chris, as you note in one of your blogs, you note in the fix that hillary clinton's absence created a vacuum in the hawkeye state for joe biden. >> bring up 2016, the only question anyone wants to talk about is what's hillary going to do? hillary clinton is not someone -- joe biden is going there to say i'm here. i may run. hillary clinton can never go to iowa to explore the possibility of running. she has to decide i'm in or out. she can't do what the other candidates can do, which means for the next 18 months or so until she makes up her mind, i have no inside information. she's not going to make up her mind before the midterms. the business
's also growing evidence that the vice president joe biden might also be planning to run for the white house. why the v.p. backers think he really can win it all. also we continue to follow the deadly violence in egypt. a key american partner in a volatile part of the world. there's word coming that hosni mubarak, the former dictator who ruled for decades could soon go free. [ male announcer ] come to the golden opportunity sales event and experience the connectivity of the available lexus enform, including the es and rx. ♪ this is the pursuit of perfection. jon: well, one former president about to be freed from jail while another remains under arrest. the latest in egypt and trying to stop the spiralling violence there. one of the world's most active volcanos throwing ash miles in the sky, coating an entire city. and scotland yard is looking into new claims about the death of princess diana. what is behind the fresh investigation almost 16 years after she died in that paris car crash. heather: welcome to a brand new hour of "happening now." jon: happening now, make room, hillary. al
? >> bill: that's great. is this the declaration of candidacy for joe biden or what? >> you see joe biden kind of like standing there, waving his arms, remember me, don't forget about me. you have hillary clinton out there pulling a lot of oxygen, even this early, you're hearing people talking about her foundation, her policy speeches, all of these -- extremely visible. and biden has to kind of take pain to remind people i'm still out here. this thing is far from decided. >> bill: he doesn't have to make a decision but he wants to keep himself in the public -- >> he wants to make sure the decision doesn't get made for him. and that's really what everyone is doing right now. it is this waiting game circling. everyone is in a holding pattern at the moment. >> bill: meanwhile, you mentioned the former secretary of state, former first lady, she gave a first -- big speech in san francisco yesterday about the voting rights act in front of the american bar association. her office announced this is going to be one of a series of speeching that she gives on major policy issues. so you know, i'm on
'll update the condition of vice president joe biden's son who is now hospitalized. >>> a deadly night on a southern california freeway. see the chain reaction. >>> and the first family is a bit larger this morning. ahead, meet the new four-legged friend new now roaming the white house grounds. >>> and live doppler 7 hd is continuing to track the threat of dry lightning. it is posing a fire danger and a red flag warning remains in effect. >>> at 6:14, taking a life look at the bay bridge. you see those western lights are out. caltrans is aware of the problem. they are doing maintenance to get that fixed. >>> one person is dead, at least nine injured after a massive chain-reaction crash in southern california. new video into the abc 7 newsroom overnight shows the scene in pomona. you can see the flames. the highway patrol says seven cars and a big rig were involved in the crash. drivers reported hearing explosions. the big rig was loaded with 60 gallons of diesel. the cause of the crash remains under investigation this morning. >>> delaware's attorney general and the son of vice preside
on a family vacation. a growing medical mystery for the rising political star. and bad, joe biden, by his side this morning. >>> real-life drama for dick van dyke. his car explodes into a fireball, seconds after he escapes thanks to a good samaritan. his thoughts this morning after he narrowly escaped. >> he yanked me out of the car. i was trying to call the dmv. >>> america's first pooch got a little sister at the white house. the brand-new video of bo meeting his new puppy playmate. now, the world meets sunny obama, this morning. >>> and good morning, everyone. boy, sunny is going to keep bo young out there at the white house, isn't she? they play around on the white house lawn yesterday. the first lady tweeting, she's so excited to introduce the newest member of the obama family. we're going to get to that. >>> also, the latest on the crisis in egypt. tense discussions going on inside the american government, whether to cut off aid. martha raddatz is in cairo, live for us this morning. >>> we want to get to details of a serious medical scare for the family of vice president joe biden. his s
and talking in those sorts of context. by yesterday, we had joe biden presenting what is largely a circumstance case that's put forth publicly by this point that is namely, we know that chemical weapons were deployed, and that the assad regime that the method to deliver those weapons. they are the only ones that could have done it, biden said there is no doubt. the report will be declassified and released perhaps as early at tomorrow morning. >> you mentioned a shift in tone. the president will be giving a speech today centered on peace commemorating the 50t 50th anniversary of martin luther king's march on washington. is there any way we could be firing rockets at syria before he delivers that speech? >> i seriously doubt that number one for the optics, number two, the u.n. in texters are on the ground. we expect the administration to release a case publicly that gets away from the circumstance case that you and i are talking about and present a more factual case, specific examples of how the assad regime went forward with this. that's what we're expecting. i don't expect this t
. the interesting thing about biden going. we haven't talked about joe biden. of all the politicians in america, he's probably one of the few that actually likes to go to these rubber chicken dinners and press the flesh and pound on backs and stuff like that. he's the only one of all of them that would probably show up anyway, even if there was no election going on. >> i want you to weigh in on this radio interview with harry reed, who is talking about republican efforts to kill obama care. let's take a listen. >> it's been obvious that they're doing everything they can to make him fail. and i hope, i hope that it's -- and i say this seriously -- i hope that it's based on substance, not the fact that he's african-american. >> the on black lawmaker in the senate, south carolina senator tim scott saying, quote, i hope senator reed will realize the offensive nature of his remarks and apologize to those who disagree with his policies because of one thing, they are hurting hard working american families. van, why did senator reed say that? how much do you think opposition to obama is based on the fact t
. if you are joe biden. martin o'malley the governors of new york and maryland thinking about run. >> bill: they wouldn't run. >> why wouldn't they say this isn't right. >> bill: rove comes up thinks biden might run against hillary. no way that's going to happen. fox was going to produce this movie. people don't understand. somebody has to put up the money, the jack to make the movie to pay miss lane and everybody else and then it gets played on a certain network so nbc and cnn are looking for farther necessary because it's two separate projects fox was going to produce the movie trying to make some money out of it but then fox said no, they are not going to do it. now, i'm going to predict that neither movie is going to be made before 2016. i don't think it's going to happen. >> why do you think that? >> bill: it's way too hot. it might get a good number or decent viewership. >> i think it would. >> look, cnn is trying to come back from ratings armageddon. they are trying to build up their shop over there they don't need. this nbc is already labeled far left network. "the today show" is f
if hillary clinton said i'm running that joe biden necessarily backs off? how will that play out? >> i think he should give it every consideration. he is a veteran of running for president. he's a well-known commodity in this country. he brings tremendous assets to the table. >> but let's just say he does run. do you think he could beat hillary? >> it will be a competitive primary no matter who gets in the race. but i don't want to handicap the race. it's too early. i'm a neutral player, but as you know the haven't will serve as keynote speaker at tom harkins' annual steak friday. that's a big event. >> first of all, it is august of 2013. so we just need to look at the calendar here. i think this may be difficult for biden. he might test some waters, but he could be very embarrassed. a sitting vice president who doesn't have the support of the party? i don't think he would be the support of president obama. i know the clintons and obama don't get along all that well, but they need each other. and let's face it, it's because of hillary clinton that we even know who barack obama is. has she wa
back to life after she was dead for 42 minutes. >>> first, will vice president joe biden run for president if hillary clinton steps into the race? this morning, sources close to the vp are revealing the answer. >>> and the yahoo! marissa mayer >>> welcome back. 6:14. a 16-year-old boy is in the hospital with injuries to both legs after he was bitten by an eight-foot shark in hawaii. the teen was surfing on the big island when he was attacked by a great -- a gray shark yesterday. crews brought in helicopters to search for sharks, but no luck. this is the fourth shark attack this month alone and the ninth of the year compared to 11 attacks in all of 2012. >>> president obama and the first family are back at the white house this morning. they returned to washington, d.c., last night after spending several days at martha's vineyard. and on his last day of vacation, the president spent some time on the golf course. now, the president has no public events on his schedule today. here's a breakdown of the president's trip by the numbers. he played six rounds of golf, made five outing
innocent children. joe biden said there is no doubt who is to blame. >> the syrian regime, the only ones who have the weapons. have used chemical weapons multiple times in the past. have the means of delivering those weapons. have been determined to wipe out exactly the places that were attacked biochemical weapons. >> bill: the white house saying there must be a response to last week's attack. president obama is still deciding what that response will be. we have team fox coverage, jonathan hunt live here in new york with with a look at the other countries calling for action. but first to jennifer griffin live at the pentagon with us this evening. jennifer, good evening to you. what would a u.s. military strike look likes a it stands now? >> bill, a senior u.s. official tells fox that any strike on syria is likely to last hours, not days. according to u.s. military sources, there are no plans in this initial mission set to go after assad's chemical weapons. it is not possible to carry out a surgical strike on chemical weapons storage facilities, assad is estimated to have 1,000 tons of t
president joe biden's son, beau, is spending the night at the m.d. cancer center in houston. beau biden, the attorney general of delaware, went with his father for tests this morning after feeling weak and disoriented on a family vacation last week. he was seen at dinner last night with his father, but people close to the bidens told nbc news the family is taking this quite seriously. chief medical editor dr. nancy snyderman is here with more. nancy, we don't know exactly what's going on here, but he did suffer a stroke three years ago when he was 41 years old. typically with a stroke patient, experience more problems down the line. >> well, typically one-quarter of those stroke patients have had symptoms before. and we do know that since his stroke, beau biden has had several episodes in the past. and that makes this serious. we have established tonight, nbc news has confirmed that he has been admitted to m.d. anderson for further testing. and having already been seen at two major medical centers around the country and now at m.d. anderson, the procedure that he's going to have is most
in scranton, pennsylvania, the hometown of vice president joe biden. biden is expected to appear with the president. >>> some presidential praise for the hero of the week, antoinette tuff. she's the worker who talked down the gunman at a school near atlanta on tuesday. well, as she was waiting to make a tv appearance, tuff took a call from the president. he thanked her for courage under pressure. tuff called their conversation, quote, awesome. >> she is, quote, awesome. >>> former nfl star aaron hernandez has been formally indicted on murder and weapons charges. during a brief court appearance yesterday, hernandez was charged in the death of 27-year-old semipro football player, odin lloyd. he's already pleaded not guilty. hernandez's attorney says there's been a rush to judgment in this case and that prosecutors cannot prove the charges. >>> ryan braun of the milwaukee brewers is saying he's sorry for using performance-enhancing drugs. in a statement yesterday, braun said he deserved the 65-game suspension that he's currently serving. and that he has no one to blame but himself.
, oklahoma. >>> tonight vice president joe biden's son, beau, is spending the night at the m.d. cancer center in houston. beau biden, the attorney general of delaware, went with his father for tests this morning after feeling weak and disoriented on a family vacation last week. he was seen at dinner last night with his father, but people close to the bidens told nbc news the family is taking this quite seriously. chief medical editor dr. nancy snyderman is here with more. nancy, we don't know exactly what's going on here, but he did suffer a stroke three years ago when he was 41 years old. typically with a stroke patient, experience more problems down the line. >> well, typically one-quarter of those stroke patients have had symptoms before. and we do know that since his strike, beau biden has had several episodes in the past. and that makes this serious. we have established tonight, nbc news has confirmed that he has been admitted to m.d. anderson for further testing. and having already been seen at two major medical centers around the country and now at m.d. anderson, the procedure that he'
. jim pointed out, joe biden back in 1988, had a serious brain aneurysm. is this hereditary? >> it's a good question. if you have a relative who had an aneurysm, your risk of having one doubles. it's still small. but it doubles. that's clearly something they would be looking for in someone whose father had an aneurysm. >>> let's get to the news. elizabeth vargas. josh nursing the bad back. >> i'm glad to fill in for josh. hope that back gets better soon. we begin with breaking details about the worst of the massive wildfires burning across the west. thunderstorms could cause flooding in the same area where 160-square miles has been scorched. on evacuation order in some resort communities there has been lifted. and residents are returning. crews are battling the fire from the air, along with 1,200 firefighters on the ground. meantime, some strong winds in oregon pushed another wildfire across nearly eight-square miles, forcing new evacuations. >>> also breaking overnight, a massive fire at one of the largest metal recycling plants just outside new york city. heavy flames and smoke c
this weekend at a cancer hospital in houston. his father, vice president joe biden, was seen leaving the md anderson cancer center yesterday. biden is not giving specifics about his son's procedure. the vice president's heading to scranton, pennsylvania, where he grew up, for an appearance tonight with president obama. >> atlanta journal constitution says the president called a woman who encouraged a gunman to give himself up at a georgia elementary school. the president thanked antoinette tuff for her courage and calm. tuff received the call yesterday as she was in the makeup call getting really to appear on "anderson cooper 360." she said talking to the president was awesome. >> there are flash flood warnings in the colorado springs area this morning. up to 5 inches of rain fell yesterday in parts of colorado. it led to many water rescues and several road closings. there was also large hail that looked a whole lot like snow. some residents are being advised to move to >>> good morning. and happy friday! we have a great friday weather- wise coming your way as we're going to see the clouds
decides not to run as every sign shoes she will. joe biden wants you to know he's available. >> she was supposed to be the inev table candidate and she lost iowa and the obamas, i remember michelle obama. if we lose in iwashings this is over. and it was a huge loss for her. and ground to make up for her. everyone is assuming she will. >> major miscalculation her campaign and a lesson by. this and that's why cruz and others are out there. you can't skimp on iwashings you leave the door open as rick sanatorium did in 2012, that you can have a dark horse candidate emerge in iowa. hillary clinton would not compete and make a push and then she lost and competed there and it was to the unending detriment to her campaign. she is running a inevitability campaign. it is ineffable and she will be a contender. and the danger for her and probably underestimated on the democratic side. running as someone who has been in and of washington for 25 years is not in sync as where the electorate mind is. her competency campaign may end up sounding like more of the same. >> and it is interesting theed i
. they can be the most tellers, often predicting a party's potential nominee. vice president joe biden has also plan add trip to iowa. he'll attend an annual steak fry. he attended in 2007 along with fellow candidates hillary clinton and barack obama. biden has hinted at a third run for presidency and it's considered a key stop. still politico's rebecca says. while also paving the way for likely front-runner hillary clinton. >> on the democratic side the field clearly is hillary and then everyone else. >> while clinton has also withheld any announcement her iowa supporters are speaking loud and clear. and the super pac has already raced over $1 million. serious money for an uncertain campaign. ever since jimmy carter made iowa important in 1976 candidates have gone there, ever earlier to kick off the campaign. >> early is the new normal. you have to move fast seize the moment, unless you want the race to pass you by. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," don dahler new york. >> for most people it's too early but for you and i who are political junkies, it's never
will run against her. if not one, he may very well run against her. joe biden is in iowa this past weekend trying to build support as incoming vice president. i think she is by far the strongest democrat. i do think at the end of the day she will win the nomination. if everything goes right and her health hold up. but when she gets into a general election, she has to basically defend this administration. she want can't walk away from it and defend the administration her husband had for eight years. >> what do you see, joe, as potential pit falls for her? >> look, i think if 2016 is a change election, this time she has to jump in front of it and push the change that a first woman presidency would bring. if she didn't really embrace that in 2008, i think that was a huge mistake given where barack obama was coming is the change candidate, so also she just -- they made a bunch of mistakes where they just avoided caucus states. and it lost all of them to obama. that won't happen again. so i think, i think the defeat of 2008 may well have prepared her and her team to understand what they need to
!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. and vice obama president joe biden met with a group of tall -- top lawmakers thursday to discuss growing concerns about the nsa's broad surveillance programs. the meeting occurred just hours after russia granted nsa whistleblower edward snowden tipperary asylum for a year. snowden was the source behind a number of recent weeks about the nsa's ability to conduct surveillance across the globe. most recently, the guardian newspaper revealed the existence of a secret program called xkeyscore that gives nsa analysts real-time access to "nearly everything a typical user does on the internet" including e-mails, chats, and browsing history. the guardian has also revealed the u.s. government has paid more than $150 million to the q over they agency gch last few years to secure access to and influence over britain's intelligence gathering programs. on thursday, white house press secretary jay carney criticized russia for granting snowden asylum. >> we are extremely disappointed the russian government would take this step despite our
americans behave the way we want to behave. we don't want barack obama or joe biden nothing us. >> i'll take nothing over fudging. >> true. >> i guess nudging is the better than being forced to do something. >> yes. i just want to say, mike you just said black and blue. be careful. that borders brown paper bag. i think he would love this. this is the government saying look we're going to teach you personal responsibility. when i was very young, just a week old, after jimmy carter was president i remember that energy crisis my parents told me shut off the lights and water when brushing your teeth. learn to conserve energy, water, i think it's good to be conditioned to better behavior. >> yes. >> you know funny thing is that you know you will be nudged to combat things like global warming but there will be no nothing to start a business or perhaps not to have children when you aren't married because they'll never make value judgments only certain left wing judgments. >> there is leslie just want be to be nudged by the government to show what you to do. >> i don't, okay, we're off air. >> you'r
into the conversation, and that could be a game changer. any other random politician is not a game changer. oh, is joe biden going to be in there? oooooooooh! and why do people remember chris christie. part of it is he is the one fat politician. that fat guy from new jersey. i like that guy because he is always yelling at people. i like him. tommy you yelled no there when someone mentioned that elizabeth warren could cross the aisle -- >> whoever just said that the tea party started because of bush. are you kidding me. >> alonzo is right. it was originally formed theoretically because of the bailout. >> they were fine when the white guy was doing it. but i don't want to hear this crap that bush was the one who started the tea party. >> bush started the bailout. >> but elizabeth warren, i think the nice thing about this paul is that it gives -- in the national polling, it's hilary and then everybody else, but elizabeth warren is hanging tough with everybody else. and she has the advantage of not having some terrorist running around with her name. >> okay. >> but at this point we don't know what is goin
, current federal law already contains a safety valve proposed i might add, but then senator joe biden. that safety valve allows the judge without any motion from the prosecution to go below a mandatory minimum if the defendant comes clean about all that he is doing, if this crime has not involved violence, if he has a relatively low criminal history. so we have that. and the third current method for getting a below a mandatory minimum sentence is a motion made by the prosecutor in exchange for the defendant's giving information about how his suppliers are, who his customers are, who else is working with him in the drug gang. >> professor, thank you. laura murphy, take my final 20 seconds. you get the final word go. ahead. >> well, 94% of the people in prison are there because of plea bargains. and most of the people who go to prison do so because they have inadequate counsel. so the attorney general addressed that too. but the attorney general made a great change in government policy. the war on drugs is a failure. it leads to huge racial disparities. it leads to expensive. >> thank y
in 2017, when we all get to say madam president to hilary rodham clinton. >> michael: joe biden shows signs he might run. he'll be in iowa to speak. and public policy polling put out a survey of what hawk eye dems are thinking at least for now. in july they mound clinton leads biden 71-12. it's hard to say what might happen in the 2016 campaign, except that it's starting way too early, after all president obama was only reelected nine months ago. at this time in the cycle, no one considered the new senator with a funny came to even with a candidate. so who knows what might happen. joining us from washington is mitch stewart, founding partner at 270 strategies and the former battleground states director of the obama for america campaign, and the man who has sent me more emails than anyone alive. thanks for being on our show, mitch. >> my pleasure, michael, thanks for having me. >> michael: one of them could have said i had like $$140 million waiting for me in nigeria, but none of them saad that. how do you campaign for someone who is not even a candidate yet? >> well, i think you said
documents to wikileaks. >>> vice president joe biden's son beau undergoing tests this morning in houston after an episode of disorientation. he felt sick last week on a family vacation and saw doctors in chicago and philadelphia before coming home no wilmington. the white house is not releasing details about his condition. he suffered a mild stroke in 2010. >> concerned about that. >>> a fire that killed five members of a bachelorette party, remember that? it's been ruled an accident. the limousine's suspension system suffered a failure as it went over the bridge in may. nine passengers were traveling in the limousine. two more, than allowed by law. >>> a close call for actor dick van dyke and his wife. his sports car burst into flames in southern california. good samaritans helped pull them out of the car. van dyke said someone must be watching out for him. a nurse, a fire and and police officer happened to be driving by at the moment. his wife posted a picture on vine. they are fine, but slightly embarrassed. >> embarrassed? look at that car? torched. >> very lucky. >>> coming up, have
with that. >> exactly. >> thanks. >> new this morning, vice president joe biden's son is under going medical test. a spokesman says beou biden became week. the vice president accompanied his son. the attorney general in delaware suffered a mild stroke in 2010. >> bradley manning will be sentenced by a military judge in maryland. convicted last month on 20 charges involving classified documents and video he gave to the web site wikileaks. federal prosecutors asked for a 60 year term. >>> the u.s. soldier who killed 16 afghan villagers last year is expected to plead guilty to avoid the death penalty. set to begin later this morning at a joint base in washington. 9 afghan villagers have been thrown in to testify. >>> a man who went online to order a safe got a lot more than he asked for. >> it contained more than 200 pounds of drugs. the safe is empty now but wasn't when it was delivered to his home back in mid june. it was loaded with 285 pound outside of marijuana. probably direct from mexico. >> the thing about it is that you need to know, it was made in mexico. it was made by inmate labor a
days. leaving it to vice president joe biden yesterday to make the case for a war. >> there is no doubt who is responsible for this heinous use of chemical weapons in syria. the syrian regime. >> and the white house is expected to release newly de classified ingenls to make the administration pay for the syrian regime is responsible for a chemical weapons attack killed hundreds last week. at the same time the white house is careful to say bish char al-assad will not be a target to any military action. >> the options we are considering are not about regime change. they are about responding to clear violation of an international standard that prohibits the use of chemical weapons. >> critics wonder this, if assad is not the car get what is the goal in syria and will limited action a quick wave of missile strikes make a bad situation even worse? >> i know for a fact from my own contacts inside syria with the opposition forces they have high expectations because this is the first time anybody has done anything to help them. if all we do is something symbolic they will be devastated. >> nati
. certainly the position of barack obama and joe biden -- >> bill: i meant for the whole world to see, look, we're taking this seriously, but why do we have to do it on friday? you know, we don't have to do it that -- >> also a muslim holiday, but that doesn't leave enough time for a two to three-day attack before the president gets on a plane to saint petersburg. >> bill: why would he launch that will blow up every kind of thing in the summit? pardon the pun. >> that yes question. why do this you're not going to be pose assad, why do this if you're not going take the weapons out of his hands, lots of whys. >> bill: rosen said the degrading of it. we should be very deliberate and methodical. there's no rush on this. gentlemen, thank you very much. we appreciate it. plenty more aheads "the factor" moves ahead this evening. is facebook addictive and dangerous to your health? dr. keith ablow says yes. and then more miley cyrus and bradley manning. no, manning doesn't want to be miley. it's a whole differenthnology gives you security. technology gives you control and now technology gives you ho
's doing a cover shoot for "rolling stone" and they were able to pinpoint -- yeah. so we'll see. well, joe biden said this week he still dreams of being president to which hillary clinton said keep dreaming. okay. [ laughter ] that's pretty much where that is. here's an odd story. a virginia attorney general and gubernatorial candidate -- gubernatorial -- gubernatorial. shouldn't you be a guberner? anyway. a guy named ken cuccinelli. okay, listen to this. he's defending his decision to go to court. he wants to make oral sex illegal. [ audience oohs ] he wants to make oral sex illegal in the state of virginia. let me tell you, he gets his way this could end the show business audition process as we know it. [ laughter ] this would wipe out -- [ applause ] oh, my gosh. banning oral sex. that's the kind of crazy talk you never hear from candidates like anthony weiner and eliot spitzer. yonever hear them talking -- exactly. exactly. [ cheers and applause ] well, this is kind of sad. just a few hours ago, detroit became the largest city in u.s. history to file for bankruptcy. [ groans ] that's f
we realized. we should know joe biden could be having a lasting impact on the language. the vice president punctuating every single one of his sentences with the word "literally." now that practice is gaining acceptance. this week the website motive discovered google added a second definition for literally acknowledging it is obvious used for emphasis or to express strong feeling. miriam webster and cambridge dictionaries added this usage. when it comes to shaping the english language this makes biden a more accomplished vice president than at least one of his predecessors. we should know the final remaining embers of formal gay marriage in california were snuffed out this week. on wednesday the california supreme court denied an effort to revive proposition eight which banned gay marriage in the state and which a federal court deemed unconstitutional, a decision the u.s. supreme court allowed to stand in june. this week challenge came from prop 8's spoerns. with the supreme court, a period on the end of the sentence of protracted legal battle over gay marriage at least in americ
president joe biden was evaluated at this cancer hospital after feeling weak and disoriented during a family vacation. officials have not said yet what is wrong with him or what this procedure was. after leaving the hospital, biden tweeted this out, it is a photo and a message. he says on our way home, can't wait to get back. thank you, houston. we hope he is well. president obama has a bold new plan to make colleges more affordable and more accountable. the president is on the road today and unveiled his proposal before an enthusiastic crowd. this is the university of buffalo. the president, he is prepared to create -- this is the country's first federal college ratings system. he says it will help students make smarter choices about higher education. >> the fact is that we have been spending more money on prisons, less money on college. and meanwhile, not enough colleges have been working to figure out how do we control costs? how do we cut back on costs? so all of this sticks it to students, sticks it to families and also taxpayers end up paying a bigger price. the average student that bo
are they to the help? we'll find out. next up, it's joe biden auto tuned. the vice president of the united states is the latest politico to go viral with his new video by songify the news with darren chris. of "glee." check it out. >> ♪ i have two shot guns at my home ♪ ♪ they're locked in in the safe there's a metal gun case ♪ ♪ we live in an area that's woodeded someone secluded ♪ ♪ i've said jill if there's ever a problem just walk out on the balcony and fire two blasts outside the house ♪ ♪ the shotgun my shotgun ♪ you don't need a machine gun, you don't need 30 rounds ♪ ♪ buy a shotgun buy a double barreled shotgun ♪ >> there you know he's running for president. i wonder if he serenades his wife that way. up next, the republican the democrats would love to knock out of the senate. mitch mcconnell is getting hit from both sides and the race has only just begun. you won't believe it, he's getsing it left and right. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. the last four hours... have seen one child fail... to get to the air sickness bag in time. another left
, that is until saturday when the obama's plan to kick off their vacation in martha's vineyard. joe biden is hanging out in the hamptons with alec baldwin, rubbing shoulders with celebrities at a posh bea
numbers are big in new hampshire. 62%. joe biden with 8%. deval patrick at 5. cory booker at 2% and andrew cuomo at 1%. if hillary clinton were to declare this is a shoe-in at this point. she's not said boo about which way she's thinking. >> that's true. it is a unique set of circumstances. hillary clinton is a powerhouse with no real rival since eisenhower in terms of people getting ready to run. if she runs it will be difficult to even compete with her on any level. if she doesn't the field is wide open. >> let's talk about the emerging star on the right. when it comes to the gop primary chris christie is on top with 21% followed by rand paul with 16 and then marco rubio. cruz is in the single digits. marco rubio was on top of the list. now we see chris christie. what is happening? >> you are polling moderate republicans who want washington to work. if we look at 2016 what you see, the fact that you have a tea party candidate, libertarian candidate like rand paul going head to head with chris christie they may eat each other alive and not have a shot at the white house again. if you look
in 2017 when we all get to say madam president to hillary clinton. [ applause ] >> so vice president joe biden reportedly spent his weekend in the hamptons, but he did have iowa on the brain because aides are confirming he's headed to the state next month for tom harkin's an july steak fry. all this 2016 coverage now is very, very early, isn't it, guys? but let's start out with it seems like we're seeing the same cast in iowa singing the same political song but expecting a different outcome. i want to the start with rick santorum, who has recently in the last couple weeks on "meet the press," has not discounted he might run again for president. he was there in iowa. take a look at what he had to say. >> my challenge to the republican party is to take a page out of our book and start putting forth an agenda of ideas to raise up folks who want to vote for us. you saw it for the last election. they didn't want to vote for president obama. at least he went out and talked to them. at least he went out and spoke about them. we didn't do that. we marginalized them. >> so chris, do you think he'
of elephant this time. that's the reality. there's a lot of people who would run if hillary doesn't run. joe biden, martin o'malley, howard dean or at least strongly consider it. i think that's something why not, go hang out in iowa, see what the temperatures are like. raise your hand, tell people you're still around. remember, newt gingrich had famously said in 2012, don't tell them you're not running. once you do that, no one pays attention to you. >> now, as republicans wrap up their summer meeting in boston, what does the fight for the right mean for the party and the candidates who want to lead it? let's bring in the rest. we're bringing in "the washington post" jackie kucinich who happens to be my host of our new web show. and viviana arturo, founder of the wives latino club. jackie, let me start with you. this is fascinating. chris christie, between fighting with rand paul openly, kind of speaking his mind, that we need to win. it's a view many people in the establishment and the party hold. is it a view that he can run? and more importantly, win on in 2016? >> depending on what part
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